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Ambessa Tea Stories: Tea For Your Face

By Ashley Beck | February 28, 2013

chain of command

Sounds a bit weird right? But if you think about it not so much. The benefits we get from tea on the inside can also be benefited from on the outside. And to go further, because our bodies absorb whatever we apply to our skin, it’s best to use products that are made from ingredients that you wouldn’t be afraid to eat. Therefore these tea masks and scrubs are made from 100% natural edible ingredients that will leave your face feeling as good as if it just had a cup of tea. Read More

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Drink Day Wednesday with Elizabetta Tekeste – Green Tea Latte

By mahir | September 22, 2010

I hope you’ve enjoyed a week’s worth of chai since we communicated last. This week we’re going green!

Green Tea:

Globally, green tea is consumed more than any other tea. The least processed of all teas, the Camilla Sinensis leaves are treated to a light steaming until just before the leaves begin to ferment or change color. The leaves are then dried resulting in green loose leaf.

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